Live Streaming
  • iOS
  • Android
  • Web
  • Flutter : Dart
  • React Native
  • Electron
  • Unity3D
  • Windows
  • macOS
  • Linux
  • Overview
  • Live Streaming vs. Interactive Live Streaming
  • Develop your app
    • Live Streaming
      • Quick start
      • Enhance basic livestream
      • CDN
      • Play live streams
    • Interactive Live Streaming
  • Best practices
    • Implement co-hosting
    • Implement a live audio room
    • Implement PK battles
  • Upgrade the livestream
    • Advanced features
      • Enhance the livestream
        • Share the screen
        • Beautify & Change the voice
        • Watermark the live/Take snapshots
        • Config video codec
        • Visualize the sound level
      • Message signaling
        • Convey extra information using SEI
        • Broadcast real-time messages to a room
      • Ensure livestream quality
        • Check the room connection status
        • Monitor streaming quality
        • Configure bandwidth management
      • Play media files
        • Play media files
        • Play sound effects
      • Record video media data
      • Low-latency live streaming
      • Playing streams via URL
      • Mix the live streams
  • Resources & Reference
    • SDK
    • Sample code
    • API reference
      • Client APIs
      • Server APIs
    • Debugging
      • Error codes
    • FAQs
    • Key concepts
  • Documentation
  • Live Streaming
  • Introduction


Last updated:2023-05-17 19:58

What's the Live Streaming

ZEGOCLOUD's Live Streaming is a service that helps you build the most full-featured live streaming experience into web and mobile applications. You can extend the SDK with a bunch of features, such as virtual gifting, co-hosting, PK battles, or upgrading using an add-on to quickly integrate virtual avatars, beauty filters, instant messaging, and more.

Live Streaming allows you to deliver smooth and lag-free large-scale livestreams to the fullest, whether it's multi-host live streaming or event live streaming with high interactive demands. Whatever you need, live streaming can meet it.

When to use

To help you build a live streaming experience that you exactly want, we've got you two types of SDKs, covering all phases and all your considerations: the SDK and the UI Kit, these two get you all you need for building a video app in two ways.

Summary: If you are in the app feature development or feature upgrading phases and want the most control of your video app, the Live Streaming SDK is the Top Pick. When you are in the startup / trying phases, fund-seeking phase, or testing & POC phase and considering the budget issue, the Live Streaming Kit is your best choice to build an app in a short time.

What are the steps

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